Sunday, July 6, 2014

Ten Of Sixteen Wells Coming Off Confidential List Monday Have No Production Data; EOG Austin Well Should Be A Big Well -- July 6, 2014

By the way, the EIA tracks this metric also: new-well oil / gas production per rig, by region. At the time of this posting (July 6, 2014), the Bakken led all regions for oil, even beating out the Eagle Ford, although just barely (if I am not misreading the graphs).  [Again, another "thank you" to Don for finding this link; it's something I never would have thought of looking up. It appears the EIA has only been tracking this metric since October, 2013, which also speaks volumes about how things are changing in the US oil patch.]

Monday, July 7, 2014
  • 26269, 188, Whiting, McDonald Family Trust Federal 31-3PH, Roosevelt, t3/14; cum 8K 5/15;
  • 26710, drl, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-4, Sandrocks, no production data,
  • 26822, drl, XTO, Boe State 31X-16H, Beaver Lodge, no production data,
  • 27337, drl, Slawson, Hunter 8-8-17TF2H, Big Bend, no production data,
Sunday, July 6, 2014
  • 24476, drl, Statoil, M. Olson 20-29 6H, Painted Woods, no production data,
  • 24508, drl, CLR, Norfolk 4-1H, North Tobacco Garden, no production data,
  • 24831, 910, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 145-97-20C-17-1H, Little Knife, t5/14; cum 3K 5/15;
  • 25898, drl, MRO, Azure USA 31-15H, Moccasin Creek, producing,
  • 26243, drl, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-2H3, Poe, no production data,
  • 26324, 480, EOG, Austin 77-1708H, Parshall, t2/14; cum 40K 5/14;
  • 26947, conf, XTO, Lucy 14X-32B, Siverston, producing,
  • 27091, conf, Hess, GN-Alice-158-97-1324H-1, New Home, no production data,
Saturday, July 5, 2014
  • 27096, drl, BR, Ole Boe 44-14MBH-ULW, Haystack Butte, no production data,
Friday, July 4, 2014
  • 26492, 26, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Berg 16-32 1H, Northeast Landa, a Spearfish/Madison well; t3/14; cum --
  • 26853, drl, SM Energy, Bonner 9X-12HB, Poe, no production data,
  • 27074, drl, MRO, Adamson 14-24TFH, Chimney Butte, no production data,

26324, see above, EOG, Austin 77-1708H, Parshall:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold


The McDonald Family Trust Whiting well in Roosevelt oil field should be an interesting well to watch. This well is on the southern fringes of the middle Bakken. There is one other horizontal well in this section. The Whiting Short Fee 31-3 well tested the Bakken in 1989, was minimally productive, and now PNA. The well was re-entered and tested the Birdbear in 2005, is still active:
  • 12495, 248, Whiting, Short Fee 31-3 (no "H" designation); Roosevelt, a Birdbear well (Nisku "A"), t4/05; cum 111K 5/14; vertical depth around 11,000 feet; TD - 15,350 feet; a sundry form suggests the Bakken was a vertical well only, and not a horizontal; although this Bakken was PNA, the geologist's report suggest this well should be conducive to stimulation; they were optimistic about the Bakken in this area with this well back in 1989. 
The Great Gatsby -- Again

Tonight, for whatever reason, I'm in my "Great Gatsby" phase, watching the Baz Luhrmann movie. 

Young and Beautiful, Lana Del Rey

A good companion piece is the 2014 history: Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern American. (Of course, it should go without saying, the F. Scott Fitzgerald novels would come first, as it were.)

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